ConocoPhillips: Lean, legacy-focused in 2010
Company plans to spend more on E&P, while cutting costs in the short term, planning $340 million program on Western North Slope; exploitation dollars on infield, peripheral drilling
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Everyone always wants to know where Alaska fits in ConocoPhillips’ global strategy, and the company gave some clues in presentations and documents in late March.
In short: ConocoPhillips plans to focus on “legacy assets” in the developed world, company Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jim Mulva....
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$340 million to North Slope
If certainty, then certainly
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